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The Coronavirus has been messing with a lot of people’s vacation plans. If you’re a native New Yorker and are looking to change your vacation plans to a staycation, try some of the following tips!
Flower District Explore the historic and century old flower district in Chelsea on 28th Street. It’s the perfect place to grab a posey and a selfie! You can drop by The Moxy Chelsea and see the Putnam & Putnam retail shop in the lobby - they did Gwenyth Paltrow’s wedding.
Ladurée Enjoy a chocolat chaud and a fresh croissant at this iconic Parisian café in …read more
Coronavirus has spread rapidly throughout the world causing international alarm as countries continue to see a rise in confirmed cases. A global health emergency has been declared by the World Health Organization. Disruptions in the way daily life carries on may be unavoidable warns the Center for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States.
The outbreak of Coronavirus started in China’s Wuhan province, and China has seen the most confirmed cases so far. China and Iran are experiencing widespread sustained transmission of Coronavirus. There have been travel restrictions within the countries, and there are travel restrictions for citizens of …read more
The world has come to rely on credit cards. Even credit cards are beginning to be less necessary through the advent of Venmo, Google Pay, and similar technologies. Cash is far less common in people’s wallets than it was thirty years ago or even ten. It lacks the safety features credit cards do, so why is it still the best way to tip?
Companies tipping policies can vary as drastically as fall weather. When you leave a tip on a credit card, it can affect how the person you’re tipping receives it. Tips left on credit cards are taxed. Some …read more
If you haven’t heard of Ola yet, just give it a little time. Uber and Lyft still dominate the rideshare industry, but Ola is on the rise.
Ola Cabs is better known as Ola. They are a ridesharing company based out of Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. Though they are based in India, they have an ever growing international presence with drivers in the U.K., New Zealand, and Australia, covering over 250 cities, for now, with more than one and a half million drivers internationally. In less than ten years, Ola has grown from a small online cab aggregator in Mumbai to …read more
As if the rideshare marketplace in London wasn’t confusing enough with Uber’s license getting revoked, now Ola has announced that they will be launching in London on February 10, 2020. The Uber rival has officially received a 15 month license to operate in London.
Ola stated in a press release that it will initially launch with over 20,000 registered drivers in London and plans to take zero commission on all rides for the first six weeks. With many London Uber drivers out of work, Ola is hoping to get a majority of these drivers on their platform starting on day …read more